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How to effectively tie a scarf: the Daybreak guide

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Over the winter break, Daybreak associate producer Andrew Kurjata realized he had a problem: he had no idea how to effectively tie a scarf so it would stay on his neck and out of the way. He then hit the streets of Prince George for scarf-tying tips, only to find out he wasn't alone in his dilemma. So he did some research and brought the results into studio to share with Leisha Grebinski. Listen to the results below.

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How to tie a Parisian knot (instructions courtesy of AskMen.com)

1. Take the scarf in both hands and fold it lengthwise
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2. Drape it around your neck
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3. Insert the loose ends through the loop hanging in front of you
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4. Pull it through
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Additional Resources:

Extended interview with Sachin Bhola, fashion editor for AskMen.com.
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How to Tie A Scarf | askmen.com

Scarf Knot Master List - 50+ ways to tie a scarf | scarves.net

25 Ways to Wear a Scarf in 4.5 Minutes

CBC scarves | CBC Shop

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